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Soaring into the top 20 in the business category for podcasts in Australia in the first week of launching her Powerful Steps podcast is no mean feat. But for those who know the PR powerhouse Tory Archbold, it’s not so surprising.
Tory left her marketing, brand and PR life where she represented the fashion brand Zara and more recently Drew Barrymre’s new makeup range Flower Beauty to launch a new venture mentoring entrepreneurs and businesses alike to be their best selves.
Tory and her powerful posse of 20 including her podcast guests celebrated the launch of her podcast at the Chiswick restaurant in Sydney where some of her guests including the vibrant TV personality Sally Obermeder and iron woman Candice Warner shared their stories of resilience and inner power.
Elite athlete Candice talked about hitting rock bottom before she turned back the tide, sharing much of her story for the first time. While Sally explained how as a young woman she desperately tried not to be noticed and yet went on to become a TV star, and the owner of a multi-million dollar business called Swiish. Sally, who is well loved as a wellness businesswoman, said that she built her confidence much like you build a muscle in order to gain inner strength. Hardship, she said, also helped her become the strong woman she is today.
Other personalities Tory interviewed include Chelsea Pottenger, who similarly overcame self-limiting beliefs to become one of Australia’s most in-demand wellness coaches. And, Jo Gaines reveals in her podcast interview how she went from a cage fighter to corporate leader with Salesforce. Health Mentor Elle Halliwell was among those interviewed and Erica King, who describes how she “ran 12 marathons in 12 months to find myself”.
Tahyna McManustan featured above talked to Tory about her documentary, MuM: Misunderstandings of Miscarriage, which airs tonight on Stan and focuses on her own three miscarriages.
In all, Tory has interviewed 20 inspiring women in a series of conversations that she hopes will help and empower listeners to understand that for every game changing moment they experience in life that you have the ability to up-level and become the person you are destined to be!